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Gut Microbiome Protects Against Acute Arsenic Toxicity

News   Jan 07, 2019 | Original Story by Denise Hoepfner for Montana State University.

 
Gut Microbiome Protects Against Acute Arsenic Toxicity

Michael Coryell, a doctoral student in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Montana State University and fellow in the Molecular Biosciences Program, left, and Seth Walk, associate professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, have published research in the scientific journal Nature Communications about the role of gut microbiome in arsenic poisoning. Credit: Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez.

 
 
 

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